Quote: Originally Posted by squonksc
Correct me if I'm wrong...
Getting used to it...
In 32-bit Windows, each application has its own “virtual” 4GB memory space.
This 4GB space is evenly divided into two parts -
2GB dedicated for kernel usage
2GB for application usage.
Each app gets its own 2GB.
All applications the same 2GB kernel space.
Windows uses virtual memory. The preceding is vastly oversimplified, and in the process, somewhat erroneous. If you are interested in learning something you really do not need, we can virtually spend a few hours addressing the matter.